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Q: Teenage make up advice ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   3 Comments )
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Subject: Teenage make up advice
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: comeback-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 17 Sep 2003 11:41 PDT
Expires: 17 Oct 2003 11:41 PDT
Question ID: 257722
I would like to buy my 13 year old niece a make up session that will
show her how to apply make up and what colours of make up suit her. 
In the Bath area please.

Request for Question Clarification by umiat-ga on 19 Sep 2003 10:55 PDT
What a nice thought! Would you please tell us what country the "Bath"
area is in so we can assist you?

Clarification of Question by comeback-ga on 19 Sep 2003 14:38 PDT
Yes.  Bath is in England.

I do not want just a make-over but a colour chart she can refer to in future.

Clarification of Question by comeback-ga on 26 Sep 2003 13:24 PDT
Hi tehuti

I am very happy with your comment and am willing to accept it as an answer.

Thank you

comeback
Answer  
Subject: Re: Teenage make up advice
Answered By: tehuti-ga on 26 Sep 2003 13:40 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
 
Hello comeback, 

Thank you very much for accepting my comment. I'm reposting it here to
turn it into an answer. I'm sure your niece will have many occasions
for remembering your present with gratitude and pleasure.
 
Colour Me Beautiful http://www.cmb.co.uk/  offer vouchers for 25,
which will provide a one-hour makeup lesson with one of their
consultants.  Telephone orders to 020 7627 5211
 
CMB also does more expensive gift packages.  These start at 89.50 for
the Silver Package: a 90-minute consultation covering: “an individual
Colour Analysis with a  color me beautiful consultant? The full colour
analysis includes a 36 colour swatch wallet and to make it the
ultimate gift, they also receive a colour box with two eye shadows and
a blush powder plus a lipstick in their chosen colours.”
The Gold Package includes all the Silver components plus a makeup
lesson “with personalised beauty workbook too! [NB it is unclear
whether this workbook is supplied with the standalone makeup lesson] 
Not only will they learn what the best colours are for them to wear
for clothes and make-up, but how to apply it too. This package also
includes a large colour box filled with two blushers and four eye
shadows and a lipstick chosen by the recipient in colours that suit
her colouring.”  2 hours 129.50
The Platinum Package is as above, but includes a personalised style
consultation and style workbook.  It lasts 3 hours and costs  179.50.
These packages can be ordered on the same telephone number as above,
and can also be bought online
http://www.cmb.co.uk/specials.htm  
 
Three consultants are listed for Avon in the CMB Directory at 
http://www.cmb.co.uk/images/PDFs/Uk%20Directory.pdf : 
 
Bath: Angela Lloyd-Roberts   tel:  01225 314 616; email:
alloydroberts@aol.com
Bristol: Huong Nguyen   tel:  01179 770 022;   fax:  0117 963 2727;
email: info@inspiredimage.co.uk
Bristol: Catherine Amor   tel:  0117 950 8223;  email: 
cmb.bristol@btopenworld.com
 
BodyShop offers free makeovers, which might interest your niece, since
many teenagers support the policies of this company.  You could buy
her a selection of the cosmetics that were used.
http://www.uk.thebodyshop.com/web/tbsuk/makeup/index.jsp?curr_category=TBSUK_mu
2 Burton Street, Bath, BA1 1BN, 01225 482289 
 
Many cosmetics counters in department stores will do makeovers either
for free or for a fee that is redeemable against any purchases made
afterwards.  It might be worth asking about this in a couple of Bath
stores.
 
search strategy: 1. makeover cosmetics   2. makeup lesson    
I combined both these with either Bath Avon UK  or Bristol Avon UK 
(the reason for using Bristol being that both Bath and Avon have other
than geographical meanings in relation to cosmetics and toiletries,
and therefore were not terribly useful as search terms!)
comeback-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars
Excellent answer.  Tehuti's answer was exactly what I was looking for.

Comments  
Subject: Re: Teenage make up advice
From: doctrish-ga on 18 Sep 2003 18:34 PDT
 
What state and country is Bath in?
Subject: Re: Teenage make up advice
From: ephraim-ga on 19 Sep 2003 11:46 PDT
 
My best guess is that this is in England, though one can never be 100%
sure until the customer responds...
Subject: Re: Teenage make up advice
From: tehuti-ga on 24 Sep 2003 05:57 PDT
 
Hello comeback,

I’m not sure if this is the sort of thing you are seeking, so am
placing it as a comment rather than as an official answer. If you are
happy to accept it as an answer, I can move it into the answer box.

Colour Me Beautiful http://www.cmb.co.uk/  offer vouchers for 25,
which will provide a one-hour makeup lesson with one of their
consultants.  Telephone orders to 020 7627 5211

CMB also does more expensive gift packages.  These start at 89.50 for
the Silver Package: a 90-minute consultation covering: “an individual
Colour Analysis with a  color me beautiful consultant? The full colour
analysis includes a 36 colour swatch wallet and to make it the
ultimate gift, they also receive a colour box with two eye shadows and
a blush powder plus a lipstick in their chosen colours.”
The Gold Package includes all the Silver components plus a makeup
lesson “with personalised beauty workbook too! [NB it is unclear
whether this workbook is supplied with the standalone makeup lesson] 
Not only will they learn what the best colours are for them to wear
for clothes and make-up, but how to apply it too. This package also
includes a large colour box filled with two blushers and four eye
shadows and a lipstick chosen by the recipient in colours that suit
her colouring.”  2 hours 129.50
The Platinum Package is as above, but includes a personalised style
consultation and style workbook.  It lasts 3 hours and costs  179.50.
These packages can be ordered on the same telephone number as above,
and can also be bought online
http://www.cmb.co.uk/specials.htm 

Three consultants are listed for Avon in the CMB Directory at
http://www.cmb.co.uk/images/PDFs/Uk%20Directory.pdf :

Bath: Angela Lloyd-Roberts   tel:  01225 314 616; email:
alloydroberts@aol.com
Bristol: Huong Nguyen   tel:  01179 770 022;   fax:  0117 963 2727;
email: info@inspiredimage.co.uk
Bristol: Catherine Amor   tel:  0117 950 8223;  email: 
cmb.bristol@btopenworld.com

BodyShop offers free makeovers, which might interest your niece, since
many teenagers support the policies of this companies.  You could buy
her a selection of the cosmetics that were used.
http://www.uk.thebodyshop.com/web/tbsuk/makeup/index.jsp?curr_category=TBSUK_mu
2 Burton Street, Bath, BA1 1BN, 01225 482289

Many cosmetics counters in department stores will do makeovers either
for free or for a fee that is redeemable against any purchases made
afterwards.  It might be worth asking about this in a couple of Bath
stores.

search strategy: 1. makeover cosmetics   2. makeup lesson   
I combined both these with either Bath Avon UK  or Bristol Avon UK 
(the reason for using Bristol being that both Bath and Avon have other
than geographical meanings in relation to cosmetics and toiletries,
and therefore were not terribly useful as search terms!)

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